This Federal E-Sign Act Disclosure and Consent provides important information required by the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (“E-Sign Act”) and applies to your consent to the electronic delivery of documents, notices and disclosures related to your electronic application for a new loan with South State Bank. By checking “I have read the E-Sign Disclosure and Consent, and I consent to receive communications via the methods described” box on the webpage, you affirmatively consent to the electronic delivery of documents, notices and disclosures related to the electronic loan application you are submitting to South State Bank.
Electronic Delivery of Disclosures and Notices.
In order to continue with your loan application online and to access, receive and retain documents, notices, and disclosures, you must provide, at your own expense, an Internet connected device that is compatible with this financial institution’s online customer loan application product deployed at the time of access. Your device must meet the minimum requirements outlined below.
Please click on the HTML links to review the disclosures prior to continuing with your application. In order to retain these disclosures, you may print the documents by selecting Print, select your printer, and click on OK to print to your printer where the document can be printed on your own paper, or select Save or Save As to save and retain a copy on your computer.
System Requirements to Access Information.
To receive an electronic copy of the documents, notices, and disclosures, you must have the following equipment and software:
- A personal computer or other device which is capable of accessing the Internet.
- An Internet web browser which is capable of supporting 128-bit SSL encrypted communications, such as Microsoft® Internet Explorer, Chrome®, Safari®, and Firefox®.
- Software which permits you to receive and access Portable Document Format or “PDF” files, such as Adobe Acrobat Reader® version 8.0 and higher.
- A valid e-mail address on file with us, and e-mail software capable of interfacing with standard e-mail protocols.
- Access to a printer with the ability to download information in order to keep copies of any documents for your records.
By affirmatively consenting, you confirm that you have access to the necessary hardware and software.
Withdrawal of Electronic Acceptance of Disclosures and Notices.
At any time, you may request paper copies of any documents, notices, and disclosures which have been delivered electronically. Paper copies may be obtained free of charge, by contacting our Online Loan Support Specialist by email at [email protected] or by telephone at 800-277-2175 or by mail at South State Bank, Attn: Online Loan Support Specialist, P.O. Box 100113, Columbia, SC 29202-3113. By placing a checkmark in the designated box on the webpage, you agree to receive electronic delivery of documents, notices and disclosures relating to your application for a new loan with South State Bank. If after consenting, you wish to withdraw your consent, you can do so by contacting us at the number, email address or mailing address set forth above. If you do not agree to receive these documents, notices and disclosures electronically, please do not place a checkmark in the E-SIGN box, discontinue the application process, and contact your nearest South State Bank branch to complete your application.
How to Update Your Records.
In order to communicate with you regarding your loan application, you must provide us with your valid e-mail address. It is your responsibility to promptly notify us in of any changes to your email address. You can update your email address with us by submitting your change to us in writing by mail at South State Bank, Attn: Online Loan Support Specialist, P.O. Box 100113, Columbia, SC 29202-3113 or by visiting one or our branches.
This Federal E-Sign Act Disclosure and Consent is governed by (i) the laws of the State of South Carolina excluding any application of conflicts of laws, rules or principles, and (ii) any applicable federal law.